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Tom Courtney, 27th Ward Alderman Candidate, To Host Event On Red Light Violations And Parking Tickets
27th Ward Alderman Candidate, Tom Courtney, has announced that he will host an event that will discuss fighting groundless red light violations and parking tickets. Continue reading
The City of Chicago has received one bid in the move to privatize the Taste of Chicago. The move is to help reduce the cost that the city is facing for running several festivals throughout the year. The deal would privatize the Taste and six other festivals that are held in the City of Chicago. Continue reading
Emotion overtook a recent finance committee meeting in the City of Chicago, where Chicago Aldermen voted on an ordinance that would redirect TIF funds toward developing affordable housing. What are your thoughts on the measure? What do you think about the divide that is appearing among the City of Chicago Aldermen? Continue reading
Small businesses are important to the vitality of any local economy...
More needs to be done to protect this vital resource, but currently there are many discouraging factors for local businesses.
The city must address the crime to make it safer for families, small businesses and visitors.
Help bring change to the City of Chicago and the 27th Ward. Learn how you can be a part of the Campaign for Change.